Seminar in Egypt: Suad Hosni most likely committed suicide
A seminar recently held at Alexandria Library suspected that the leading cause behind the death of the late Egyptian actress Suad Hosni was natural.
The film director Raafat al Mihi thought that the actress committed suicide under the influence of depression and the diseases she was suffering from. These conditions forced her to hide away from Egypt in her last years.
Mihi revealed that it was not the first time for Hosni to be the victim of depression as she suffered also from this disorder when Salah Jahin died.
Mihi described work with Suad Hosni as stressful because she used to be keen on the minutest details about the roles she performed. She used to live the character she played and never kept herself busy except in her artistic life and her constant search for good topics, added Mihi.
For his part, critic Kamal Ramzi indicated that the start of Hosni came as a response for the period beyond 1952 as two schools used to be opened every three days, the fact that necessitated the emergence of stars to express the Egyptian girl aspirations seeking freedom and consolidating her status.
Ramzi surveyed the phases of Hosni’s development since her debut in the film Cairo 30 and until the film al Raai wa al Nisaa (shepherd and women) in which she felt the last glow in her artistic career. He highlighted also some of her other films including Khalli Balak Min Zoozoo -- Albawaba.com